For Stephanie Plunknette, it was a terrifying sight in her home when her son somehow got ahold of an electric razor and gave himself and his little sister and brother very interesting haircuts.

The San Antonio mother was in the shower getting ready for her night shift when she left her three children unattended, reports PopSugar.

But she was brought to tears when she returned and discovered what happens when you leave a little kid alone for a second with a pair of hair clippers.

Plunknette’s oldest son, Teddy, decided to shave everyone’s hair, including his younger sister, Eloise.

The mom fought hard to hold back tears when she saw that Teddy had experimented with Eloise’s hair by leaving her with a huge bald spot between her ponytails.

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In a live Instagram Story video, the mom said:

“I’m crying because Teddy found the buzz cutter. Eloise, turn around — oh, my God, oh, my God.”

Watch the hilarious clip below:


The nurse asked her daughter if she liked her new haircut. The little girl replied “no” and told her mom in the video:

“Mommy, I look like a boy.”

Commenters on social media praised the mom for her parenting skills and calmness after she shared the video of the accident involving her three children online. One commenter wrote on Twitter:

Awe she’s such a good momma, making her kids feel okay & telling them ‘it’s just hair it’ll go back’ they’re all so cute.

The clip eventually caught the attention of the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” show.

During an interview, Teddy told the late-night host it was “fun” shaving his siblings’ heads but that he won’t be giving them haircuts anytime in the future.

Watch the video below:

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